May 6, 2013

Why Does Web Development Take So Long?

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Information technology is moving faster all the time. But, if information technology is progressing rapidly, Why does it takes so long to do web development? How do intelligent technologists solve these problems?

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One thought on “Why Does Web Development Take So Long?

  1. kevin says:

    To be fair, MOST web applications take so long because often management is changing requirements mid-stream with no clear direction in what the changes do to affect how long it takes to develop and test.

  2. Lucian says:

    … and transaction script pattern instead of domain model.

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